Locu Digs Deep into PBR Data: Hipsters Unphased

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  1. Zhiguli

    Zhiguli Aspirant (241) Jul 12, 2012 California

    We haven't made craft hip enough yet
     
  2. APreacher

    APreacher Initiate (120) Jun 6, 2012 California
    Beer Trader

    PBR is nĂºmero UNO but true PNW when avail, knows that Rainier and Olympia reigned supreme. Stepping up to craft meant Henry Weinhart or Red "Hookion". Sure lucky bombers were evident but lacked in comparison.

    As a retired hipster (sans capris, stashes and bikes with no gears) I give credit to where credit is due. Crack a can after trekking up a Mtn on a split board or brown bagging at your local park... CONSUME!
     
  3. BKBassist

    BKBassist Initiate (0) Jan 24, 2013 New York

    Allow me to come to my generation and locality's defense, as a 30 yr old male resident of Williamsburg. Craft is everywhere here! I can walk into any bar an be guaranteed a drinkable beer! Obviously Brooklyn and Sixpoint are common, but Founders, Lagunitas, Victory, stone, Green Flash, Allagash and others are common at every bar, regardless of how craft oriented they are. I love living in the heart of hipsterville for many reasons, beer access chief among them.

    We've also got great bottle shops and Evil Twins own bar for those that want to take the next steps.
     
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  4. draheim

    draheim Poo-Bah (2,400) Sep 18, 2010 Washington
    Beer Trader

    They're being ironic.
     
  5. FEUO

    FEUO Disciple (325) Jul 24, 2012 Ontario (Canada)

    But it looks different, yet strangely still beer in a can. Winner.
     
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